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Nutshell review: Codes

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THE ABSOLUT FRINGE 2012 has more than 100 shows playing out across Dublin until 23 September. Each day, will bring you our readers’ reviews of the pick of the crop and everything in between. You’ll get the chance to get in on the act yourself with our daily reader review tickets giveaway!

Today’s review:



Luke Griffin’s review: We are greeted with a soothing atmosphere of a waterfall of snowflakes, as a warm glow lights up a back-stage drummer. This was the gentle introduction to MIDASpaces ‘Codes’ , a group ‘obsessed with all things digital’.  The dance, however, seemed to take second place to the – at times – over-powering sound  & light displays,  and I found it difficult  to read from it  ”man’s evolving relationship to technology”.

More fluid dance movements & better integration of dance with the light projection would have made it more appealing to this (admittedly inexperienced) reviewer.

In three words? Pulsating, edgy, techno

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